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Former football player to speak at area church
You do what you can to get what you need.
Larry Huch started selling drugs to afford buying them for himself. After a downward spiral that led to a cocaine overdose in Columbia, he called out to God to save his life.
Huch, a former football player at Southeast Missouri State University, now preaches in the Dallas chapter of New Beginnings, the church he founded with his wife.
Huch will be speaking about his experiences and addictions at the Christ Church of the Heartland in Cape Girardeau tonight at 7.
Huch has written two books: "Free at Last" and "10 Curses that Block the Blessing." He started New Beginnings a year and a half ago and it now has more than 3,000 members.